Typically, garage floor paint is the last thing we think about when we choose a home improvement project. However, given how many garages are used, to keep lawnmowers, cars and even provide an excellent place for children to play during inclement weather, applying the right choice of floor paint to the garage will not only improve the look of the entire garage. It will also prevent damage from oils, fats and other fluid leaks, extend the life of the floor and make it easier to keep the garage clean by sealing the porous surface.
In this article, we will provide information on garage floor paint. Garage floors are traditionally concrete and not just any paint can be successfully applied to this surface. Success will require choosing the best quality garage floor paint and prepare the floor properly for paint applications. The most difficult first step in painting the garage floor is to move everything to make the whole floor clean. This is when you will discover how much you use the garage. Once this is done, there are three important steps to apply floor paint to the garage; cleaning, priming, and painting. The cleaning process is the most important.
This should be done well or the paint will not stick to the surface of the concrete. After sweeping the floor, use a pressure washer to clean the floor thoroughly. If the floor has been sealed it is necessary to remove the seal with a special acid to etch the floor to allow the paint to penetrate the concrete. This acid can be found in the same place that carries the paint and is often equipped with an epoxy floor coating kit and should be used according to the instructions included. After the floor is clean and dry, the primer can be applied. That’s the article about garage floor paint.